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    Most Popular Songs (more)

    1Obvious lyrics
    Black Concert T-Shirt lyrics
    3Come Home With Me lyrics
    4Lovely Day lyrics
    55th Of July lyrics
    6Small Doses lyrics
    Indigo Girl lyrics
    8Southern Cross lyrics
    9Closing Down lyrics
    10Can't Be By Myself lyrics

    Most Popular Albums (more)

    1The Single Series: Volume Three [2004]
    2The Single Series: Volume Two [2001]
    3Star Vehicle '98 [1998]
    4Star Vehicle [1997]
    5The more it hurts, The more it works [2002]
    6Twister & Other Low Budget Storms [1993]
    7Twister [1995]
    8The Carpet Cliff [1992]
    9The Single Series: Volume One [2001]
    10Watershed [1991]


    On Watersheds new album, The Fifth of July, the band has mastered a craft - the craft of creating so-catchy-it should-be-illegal power pop. The Fifth of July is the Kinks with muscle, the Ramones with better voices and Green Day with bigger brains. Like a four-headed Hemingway with musical instruments rather than writing tools, singer guitarist Colin Gawel, bassist Joe Oestreich, drummer Dave Massica and guitarist Mark Borror get in, get out and leave permanent marks in the listeners memory banks. An epic song length for the Columbus, Ohio, USA band is 3:46, and epics are the exceptions. The first three songs - Obvious, The Habit and The Fifth of July - clock in at a combined 6:52. But Watershed says more poignant things about neverending summers, dead-end jobs and drinks to go to sleep and to wake up than a more longwinded outfit ever would.

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